Don A. Vaughn

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The slow speed of neural transmission necessitates that cortical visual information from dynamic scenes will lag reality. The "perceiving the present" (PTP) hypothesis suggests that the visual system can mitigate the effect of such delays by spatially warping scenes to look as they will in ~100 ms from now (Changizi, 2001). We here show that the Hering(More)
Assessments of attractiveness underlie selection and pursuit of potential mates. Previous research has shown that people are sometimes perceived to be more attractive with a brief glimpse, yet there is no explanation for why this effect might exist. Here, participants rated the attractiveness of males and females photographs, viewed in two conditions: once(More)
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